Julia Allison is the Editor-at-Large for trashy celebrity gossip periodical Star magazine. Julia is also a weekly columnist in Time Out New York. Often the butt of jokes by popular New York Gossip Rags such as Gawker.
Julia Allison: Two First Names, More Than Two Facets
Julia got her start as a columnist at Georgetown University, writing a column for two years in the university`s student newspaper. Her senior year, she signed a development deal with former David Letterman producer Robert Morton and Spelling Television to create a tv show based upon her columns, and spurned an extreme enmity among the entire Georgetown film program student body.
In the midst of college, Julia worked on a high profile congressional campaign, later becoming the youngest legislative correspondent in the DC office of a prominent Illinois politician during the 107th Congress.
After graduating from Georgetown in 2004 with a degree in political science Julia moved to New York.
She has written for Cosmopolitan, Maxim, New York, Teen Vogue, Seventeen, Capitol File, The Huffington Post and Men`s Health. Her columns also appear on Yahoo.com’s homepage weekly. From Fall 2005 until Spring 2007, she wrote both a weekly column in the Manhattan newspaper AM New York and a monthly column in COED magazine.
She`s done a bunch of TV stuff, too. Check out her video section for proof!